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    Senior Member RonieM's Avatar
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    When I first started quilting, I would start and finish a project. Now I am all over the place. I probably have 5-6 WIPs that I work on intermittantly (sometimes I have to stop to make a b-day gift, etc.). Sometimes I start something new just because it looks like fun, which just adds one more WIP. I used to sweat it, but now I just do what I want when I want. I sew because I like to create and it is my therapy. It makes me happy!!!

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    How many quilts in progress? I have no idea and I don't think I want to go find out

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    At any given time I have 2-5 "active" projects, since i get bored easily. Right now I have 3: a lap quilt for a friend, placemats for other friends and a crazy quilt for me. When I see a pattern I like, I often make up one to fix it in my mind. I have about 15 UFOs at the moment, mainly at the quilt top stage. I generally spend the fall making charity quilts, which those flimsies will be.

    Like Ronie, my quilting is for my pleasure. I generally finish everything because I don't want my storage to get used up on UFOs when it could be for something useful, like STASH!

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    One. Only one. I don't know why. I worked in a very complicating industry so many tasks at once does not effect me. But my answer is One.

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    you mean I have to count them???? LOL... I just recently moved my sewing space from one room to another, and in the process, lost a LOT of storage space, including a closet.

    My son is going to deploy in October, and my daughter in law and granddaughter will be coming to live with us, so we gave up the familyroom, and moved the office/sewing studio into the familyroom space.

    I am certain I have probably 8 quilts that are either flimsies and/or sandwiched and need quilted, let alone 8 or so that are in some process of being pieced, that then there are the others that are either kitted, or cut, or..... you get the picture lol...

    If I live to be 100, I will never finish all that I have in the works, or in my mind... let alone the mountain of fabric (my rough guestimate is at least 800 yards!!!)

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